In the old days, when we started a new job, it was all exciting and we hoped upon hope that it all went well and we would stay there for ages, if not until actual retirement. Things have changed dramatically over the last thirty or so years and it’s not always thought to be our best policy to stay in one job. However, from the point of view of stability and personal satisfaction, if the job fits, then it can be very good to build up loyalty. However, if things start going wrong in the work place, fallings out with colleagues or managers, it can be tricky trying to sort them out. There will be routes to full resolution but sometimes it becomes necessary to have your day in court – or worse, be a party to someone else’s day in court and for that, a very good, well experienced employment law specialist is going to be needed.